September 27th, 2008
|08:51 pm - Not a real happy camper right now|
(No, this post has absolutely nothing to do with FOUL Camp. Which was exceedingly... FOUL Camp, and I shall say no more on that matter).
I don't think I liked today very much. Can I get a refund?
Stupid cold I think I'm getting.
I think I need some random fannish silliness to cheer me up a bit. Or maybe I should just go to bed early, and get some sleep and find random fannish silliness at Manifest tomorrow.
Speaking of Manifest, I ran into some random cosplayers at Minotaur today. Which was a surprise (One really doesn't expect to find Link from Zelda lurking in the comics section).
I gave my compliments to the guy dressed as Ed from FMA on his costume, which was actually kinda nifty. He wasn't nearly as good looking as Ed, though.
I can't believe I just said that. I can't believe I just thought that. Brain, stop thinking these things. It is wrong to think of teenage fictional animated characters as good looking.
Right. Is it possibly to have a revolution against one's own brain?
Stupid evil dictatorly brain. It probably has an eyepatch. Or a beard. Or both.
Current Mood: grumpy
Personally I like to think my brain has a goatee and maniacal laughter ripped straight from the mirror universe. So you're revolting against it in what sense, exactly?
Minotaur sounded like it would have been fun today. What's this Manifest thing, if you don't mind me asking?
My brain is having thoughts I don't actually want it to have. This is somewhat aggravating.Manifest
: Anime con type thing at Melbourne Uni.
Uh oh. Of the somewhat harmless 'The pen is blue, the goddamn pen is blue' variety, or the 'it puts the lotion in the basket' variety?
Aha! Thanks for the heads up - I've heard it mentioned but never knew what it was.
More of the "See that teenage animated fictional character? Isn't he good looking!" *facepalm*
Oh, please - there's not a guy out there who doesn't think Jessica Rabbit is the ultimate woman. You have nothing to worry about.
It's not the animated or fictional bit that's bothering me. It's the teenager bit.
...Which probably says something about me, but I'm trying to avoid thinking about it.